RESCHEDULED: This event was rescheduled following the Brussels terror attacks of 22 March. To register, see below. For those of you who had registered for the original event, we kindly ask that you re-register.
Transport & Environment (T&E) warmly invites you to an all-day conference in Brussels to discuss the decarbonisation of road transport.
Bringing together key policy makers from member states, permanent representations, the Commission and the research community, the debate will focus on how European fuel economy standards can help EU countries meet their 2030 climate targets.
The European Commission will soon present new climate policy to reduce the emissions of the non-traded sectors after 2020. These sectors – including road transport, buildings and agriculture, amongst others – are currently covered by the EU’s Effort Sharing Decision (ESD), which regulates almost 60% of the GHG greenhouse gas emissions in the EU.
The Platform for Electro-Mobility is a growing multi-stakeholder effort to accelerate the transition in Europe towards sustainable multimodal electro-mobility. The Members of the Platform for Electro-Mobility invite businesses, stakeholders and decision-makers to learn more about the potential of electro-mobility in Europe.
Transport & Environment (T&E), with the financial support of Umweltbundesamt (UBA), is convening a policy discussion on the contribution of shipping to the EU's emissions reduction targets for 2030. The event will bring together high-profile speakers from industry, governments and academia and NGOs to discuss how the sector can carries its fair share of the burden to meet the objectives of the Paris climate agreement.
The Danish Government, the European Climate Foundation (ECF), Transport & Environment (T&E) and Naturschutzbund Deutschland (NABU) are convening a high-level discussion on international shipping emissions at an official side at the Paris COP. The event will bring together high-profile speakers from industry, governments and academia and NGOs to discuss the climate impact of international shipping and how this problem can be effectively addressed.
Aviation is responsible for almost 5% of all global warming and its emissions are predicted to grow by up to 300% in 2050. Such a growth rate would make the target of keeping the global temperature increase to under 1.5/2°C almost impossible to achieve. Further ambition is required, and cooperation between the UNFCCC and the International Civil Organisation is essential to achieving this.
ICAO, the UN aviation agency, is working on a CO2 efficiency standard for new aircraft. Aviation is the only transport mode without such a standard for new vehicles. In sector emission reductions are vital as ICAO predicts international aviation emissions, already substantial, will grow up to 300% by 2050.
The reception will be opened by Catherine Bearder MEP, followed by the presentation of the report findings (T&E's Greg Archer), perspective from London (the Air Quality Manager) and closing remarks by Seb Dance MEP.